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Garfalo ( ) I like the story of they young general that I thought was the real story for a long time. 8 Section Brocade. Benefits: strengthens and revitalizes the liver. Video Many 8 Brocades videos exist on YouTube. Bobbert taught Stress Management through Tai chi Exercises at Eastern Kentucky University. stand in horse stance with your hands on your hips at 90 degrees you should face north when doing this exercise turn left while pivoting your waist to face right(90 degrees from facing forward) now go back to facing forwards do the same to the left, basically you face left and right but in a low horse stance position, you can move your legs to accommodate. Bouncing on the Toes This is a push upward from the toes with a small rocking motion on landing.
It takes time and commitment. stand with your legs about shoulder width apart slowly raise yourself to your tiptoes bounce down with reasonable force ie allow yourself to bounce on your heels keep doing this for about 21 repetitons you should feel the force of the movement throughout your body, obviously dont do it so hard you hurt yourself in any way, just bounce lightly.(but feel the impact through the body) . stand in horse riding stance (ma pu) slightly, not as intensely as drawing the bow place hands in a position as if youre holding a beachball with one hand on top and one below raise your top hand until its in the position in the picture above your head with your other hand you put it palm facing the floor fingers facing your leg(pity it doesnt show this in the image) now create a nice stretch with your hands (should feel a definate tingle) swap hands to do opposite side Do this 7 times on each side . We have liked the Shaolin style by Master Shi De Yang Shaolin Monk 8 Pieces of Brocade (Baduan Jin) on Youtube My current favorite on You Tube is from Health Qigong Ba Duan Jin, performed by MAster Faye Yip, President of British Health Qigong Association, Founder of Deyin Taijiquan Institute (intenational) and Executive member of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain. Larry C. go down into horse position(or riding horse) 2. Its primary aim is to remove excess heat (or fire) (xin huo) from the heart.Xin huois also associated with heart fire intraditional Chinese medicine. Ancient dances, medical theory, military drills and exercises, shamanistic rituals, and Buddhist and Taoist practices were all sources for the specific and formal movement routines of Dao-yin or Chi Kung (Qigong). To recap they are:. exhale and rotate your body left twisting your spine relaxedly as far as it will go comfortably.(hey dont strain, relax) 4.
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